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Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday pledged that the Justice Department will “vigorously enforce” laws against “plastic firearms that are undetectable,” despite its opposition to a number of states trying to stop the publication of blueprints for 3D printed guns online.

“We will not stand for the evasion, especially the flaunting, of current law and will take action to ensure that individuals who violate the law by making plastic firearms and rendering them undetectable, will be prosecuted to the fullest extent,” Sessions said in a statement.

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On Wednesday, the DOJ filed a brief urging a federal judge to lift an injunction barring the publishing of blueprints for 3D-printed guns.

The State Department earlier this year settled with Defense Distributed, allowing it to post instructions for printing a gun using a 3D printer after stopping the publication for several years.

Nineteen states and the District of Columbia sued for an injunction, arguing such firearms are untraceable and could easily fall into the hands of criminals or terrorists.

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